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Christine Quinn in Bathing Suit Shares Sunny Photo With Fans 

The “Selling Sunset” star posed in the ocean.

Christine Quinn is a reality star known for being a cast member on the Netflix phenomenon Selling Sunset. She took over social media with her bright blonde hair, red lipstick, and incredible petite figure. Quinn showed off said figure in a new Instagram photo advertising Samsung. In the photo, Quinn posed in the ocean while wearing a green and pink floral bikini.  Read on to see 5 ways Christine Quinn stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!


She Horseback Rides

Quinn revealed in an interview with Express UK that she loves to horseback ride, and does it to help her stay healthy.


She Isn't Afraid of Her Emotions

Being a cast member on a reality show can be difficult, and Quinn says that she's had to deal with social media haters and people making assumptions about her. Quinn tells Vogue that watching herself on the first season of Selling Sunset made her want to open up. "I was portrayed in season one as a 'one-note bitch', so I'm doing my best to show people that I am relatable. There's a misconception that powerful women don't have emotions or mental-health struggles and don't have apprehension about things. It was important that I showed more of myself and opened up."


She's Honest About Her Plastic Surgery

Quinn isn't afraid to admit that she's had work done, and she has a good reason for doing so. "I'm all about plastic surgery truth-bearing. It's important in a world where there's this facade of social media causing people to have body dysmorphia. People think that [things are] real, and it's not. I tell people all the time: I got my boobs done, I get my lips done, tons of Botox, tons of make-up. How I look on [Selling Sunset] is not how I look when I wake up in the morning." 


She's Confident

One of Quinn's most known attributes is her seemingly unwavering confidence. She tells Vogue that she's always been confident, and her life experience has helped her gain confidence. "Confidence is something I was born with, but it's also something I've grown to embody as life has thrown obstacles my way. Many people over the years told me 'no', so that gave me inner strength, which grew into this big personality that, I guess, people fell in love with. I'm grateful that people can relate to me."


She Doesn't Let Sexism & Haters Hold Her Back

Quinn tells Vogue that she's had to deal with a lot of social media haters and sexist attacks during her time on Selling Sunset. However, she says that she tries not to let it get to her too much, and focuses on empowering women. "I'm familiar with being called a 'bitch' and that's such an unfortunate thing. I love the word 'bitch', but it's time to change the narrative because I'm tired. I'm tired of slut-shaming, of women being labelled bitchy when they're confident and can speak their minds. If I were a man, doing the exact same thing, people wouldn't question it. When people call me a bitch I simply respond, 'Thank you'. If being a bitch means speaking your mind and being true to who you are, then being a bitch isn't a bad thing. If someone calls me a bitch, it means I'm doing something right."


Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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